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THE ENTBAI RECORD I r f i tzft a L rter C s r 1I e1 i LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 8 19040nrUBr YEAR arvraaa x An Estnnliiaif Opportunity i For the Purchase of OOC s t00tiootOOOOOOOOO4XQO t RESIDENCE PROPERTY LANCASTER I will offer at public auction on the premises svftjSf ja y i ftppil2 i904 BUILDING on a new street to run from the Dr Herring residence on Richmond street to the Buckeye turnpike 34 of mile NorthEast of the Public Square These lots front East and West Qn the new street and their location is the best that has ever been offered for res idence purposes in this city This is the most desirable building site in Lancaster ahdno bids will be received except those made by the best citizens Call and take a look at it There is no bet ter investment Terms a credit of six and 12 months in terest at rate of four Right reserved to rejeect all bids Sale begins at 2 oclock Capt I M Dunn Auct JAS I HAMILTON 00 OO OOOOOOOOOOO X OO X OO rldag THIRTY lDTS percent anyand on- t yr t E i t f i l a r w i i BEAZLEY CO Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the largest and most line of Furniture and Carpets In Central Kentucky B L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Stormes drug store Prompt attention to business NEW DRESS GOODS If you need a new Spring dress call at our store We have all new goods such as Voiles Tweeds Mo Suitings Iiin Braids But fefcjnn Trimmings Etc ii large line ofwash All kinds of pro JENNINGS J A E Funeral complete R hair r L t cr e f f a i I f d440O f r I l i i r r Thew 3 ns f r F gab dnce wanted r Paint Lhf PLUMBING Better have us do your plumbing now as there will be a rush later in the season We defy anyone to more liber al terms or do roofing work than we do Our facilities for putting up gutter ing enable us to do the very best We are the when good honest reparing is doneand our prices are right ROOFING GUTTERING ofwork REPAIRING I JRRA- 8HtDHN make better peo- Ple Lobe r t r t Uf local Interest Clean up your premises April 14 Ideal Entertainers Dont forget the Ideal Entertainers April 14th The churches prettily decora ted Sunday x Remember the date April 14 Ideal Entertainers What do you think of The Records advertising columns Commissioner Rothwell has his first land sales in this issue v The Ideal Entertainers gave the best show brought to Lancaster last winter Remember the date April 14th The fire hose rack is complete Hen ley Bastin the telephone man raised the poles which are almost seventy five feet high The women had possession of the town Saturday afternoon Hubbys pocket book will testify that spring millinery was ripe The K C cannon ball was in the ditch again Friday morning The devil seems to be riding Capt Price Uncle Henry ana the clever crew Sunday was cold and about as a day as the weather man had in his shop Some of the Easter hats made cold chills along ones spinal column Next court day is the regular horse show day in Lancaster and many handsome fellows will be here Read The of horse ads be fore making your selection The Ideal Entertainers who come to the Court House on the 14th have splendid press notices This is the troupe such satisfaction here last year Better secure a good seat now The Colored School The closing exercises of the colored school will be held at the colored Bam tist church April 12th and 13th The school has had a prosperous year and under the instruction of Prof H E Murrell and Miss Lillian Mason as sistant has accomplished much good A special portion of the building will be reserved for the white friends of the school and all are cordially Admission 10 cents Quits Livery Business Mr W B Burton has decided to quit the livery business and on tomorrow Saturday at 230 will sell a lot of buggies harness a few horses etc to the highest bidder Some good arti cles will be sold and if you want a bargain be there Mr Burton will de vote his entire time to the sale busi ness handling only high class horses and this requires all the room in his big barn Mr Burton is one of the best horse men in the state and is ve ry successful A Very Sad Death The sympathy of the community goes out to Mr Leon Austin in the death of his estimable wife which oc curred at the family residence onDan ville street Friday She was only ill for a few days pneumonia terminal ing fatally The death is a sad one in that one of the six chil dren is only a few weeks old Mrs Austin was a daughter of Elemuel Ev ans and was widely loved by a wide circle of friends The funeral took place at the Cemetery Saturday Scarcity of Help Farmers are complaining of the lack of help for farm work Good colored men are very scarce while white la bor is at a premium Most all the good and reliable colored men moved to Indiana and Ohio claiming they get better wages over there than receiyeber Whether this statement is trued bf we cannot say but it is a fact reliable color ed hands as scarce as oysters in churchsoup Want the Street Buckeye Ky April 2 04 Editor Record While in yourcity last week I the proposition to open a street in by which the people of this sction could get town without having to pass thro that notorious resort known as Toe Chute While the Chute is not as bad as it used to be yet it is from a Sunday School now We proud of our section of the county and as we do all trading in Lancasterour wives and daughters come there we think it a commendable spirit on the part of your citizens to have this street made We appreciate the efforts of The Record to get this done and your along this line since you havebeen editor of the paper Mr Hamilton told me that no lot would be sold to a negro nor person except one who would build a good so with pretty country and a neat street to enteriown you readily see the importance it is to us 1 dont know when jale will be made urge te pushed 1 iBlsh and ri jrqur io I dreary creep Recordsarray whogave invited knownand Lancaster was of our to JblS f coo riJm 4 l were particularly highly the industrious are told new Lancaster into far are shows work any residence our will but I trust on will iI your leto that matter our people aDPreciate aB wel1 iBC06A our e rise ii build H- tktowA O i r 4- i i yJ L l y Good Investment Why not put some of your idle cash into aloe addition to be made to the town It cannot Jim Hamilton says no nlggerneed apply for a lot in the new addition po white had better re main away too None but good peo pie need apply If there is la aw against throwing and trash on the streets why not enforce it This office has waste paper than any business house in town and if we can carefully burn it it seems that others can Jump em Injun Josephine Humber died very suddenly at her home on new road Monday morning She had been enjoying good health but be came suddenly ill and expired in a few minutes She was prominently con nected in Garrard and is survived by four grown children Fruit Injured Those who know or profess to know say the bitter cold weather of Satur day and Sunday nights has played havoc with the fruit The buds were brought out well by the previous warm spell and it is now feared that the tender fruit has been either ma terially injured or killed outright WellKnown Here A friend hands us a clipping from an Owensboro paper which tells of the death of Dr J Coleman one of the most noted preachers in the South He was 87 years old and during his 50 years in the ministry he baptized 5013 people married 1002 couples dedicated G3 churches assist ed in ordaining 67 ministers and con versions Easter Services In Lancaster Good congregations attended the morning services with thoughtful in terest A special and most suitable program was presented service of the Memorial Methodist church by the Junior League to an excellent and most appreciative The decorative of the chancel and platform was much commended for its tasteful and appropriate The exercises by the boys and girls of the League consisting of literary and new musical numbers accompanied with Scripture responsive selections all bearing upon the great theme of the Ressustection instructive and impressive from opening to close of services The Lancaster League was recently commended by the visiting Elder as being first in efficiency among all of the seven counties of his district Work For Worlds Fair Mr E A Fox who is the best in this section of the state has been honored by the managers of the Kentucky Exhibit Association by receiving an order to enlarge a lot of work done by other photographers in the state Such an order is a compli ment to his ability as an artist By the wayThe Record will say here that Mr Fox lease on his room Lancas ter will expire in a short time and his J growing business atDan ville will more than likely force to close theLan caster branch We would dislike to see this for his coming here has been J of great convenience to people I We worked on for many months before he agreed to and trust he will decide to make arrangements for at least another year A good I is needed here as the peo pie are beginning to realize the that is derived from having a made for their friends and family It is the duty of every one to have a made for their friends The Millinery Openings Lancaster presented quite a lively appearance Saturday as the streets were filled with ladles who came out to attend the millinery openings and see the many pretty hats which had been tastily arranged for the occa sion It is conceded by all that this Springs array far surpasses ever displayed in this city and those who know what they are talking about say no city house has a nicer line than that now in Lancaster At the Logan Dry Goods Cos store splendid taste bad been qsed in the decorations and the house presented a pretty picture the many handsome hats being ar ranged to show to the best advantage and in such that each article could be examined to the tage Logan and Ross much time in the cities selecting their the many compliments passed the display was evidence of their success Mrs John FLears store was decorated profusely and her handsome goods arranged with great taste Her experience in the business by the elegant selec tions displayed and much favorable comment as to her ability as an upto date JMiss Sallle THletts Store was crowded with la dies who admired her gant display She has had much ex perience in the knows and how to buy it Tar ken altogether the day a success the we congratulate ttie energetic proprietors ujton their enterprise aniitdet die only the very best to behadi Ag stated article no complete assort sthan- La foand here aDd If haveBot jreidy le thed siplai before the Jjteckg are brokwa In the wastepaper allot 22000 atthe evenIngS In our photographer picture photograph so any manner bestadvan Mrs spent and upon largeandele lon tt ebeglnol g t hls up todate atoC be o see t 1 new runaway t trash more Humber Mrs Danville Baptist witnessed hearing treatment devotional gave Interest photographer film him come Miss stock was manifested was made milliner business and what to buy was for all stores and to ban went done y 4- Yus f lidS MEANS MUCH TOLANCASTER The Herring Property to be in Lots New Opened and Buckeye People Given Better En trance to Town As be seen by the big ad on this page of Record Mr James I Ham ilton has decided to divide off the Dr Herring land and sell in lots fronting on a new street to be con structed through same extending from the Buckeye pike up to Rich mood street coming out at the gate to th cirrrs lot This as we have before will open up the pretti est builHiriir cites in Lancaster and as Mr Hamilton is determined that none but people shall buy them here Ispresented an to people to build a most beautiful street and make it the handsomest tended all along that a new street should be opened by which the people living on the Buckeye pike could get into town without being compelled to pass through the notorious Battle Row and the proposed street will not only furnish these good people that pleasure but lots on which handsome can be erected without any danger of being by a lotof negro cabins and huts which are a menace to nearly every other portion of the town Mr reserves the right to reject any and all bids and says furthermore that he will sell none of the land un less all the lots are sold This being the case the people should see that property is bought by good peo pIe and furthermore should lend all assistance in making the suc cess as the opening of the street means not only an improvement to the town but a to the people of McCreary Bnckeye etc who do all their trading in Lancaster and who come to the town to transact all their business That Lancaster has advanced stead ily and substantially no one can deny and now that we have an opportuni ty to get an improvement which i sadly needed it seems to us that public spirited man should put his to the wheel in this matter assist in making the sale a suc cess for if all the lots are not sold as a matter of course Mr Hamilton afford to cut up his land by selling off a few lots in the middle of same If you dont want to build you will make a good investment by buying in some of the lots as building lots that is desirable ones are few and far be tween just now Why not invest a little money at home and help your home town We repeat the made above that this means much to Lancaster and if you have public spiritedness in you take hold and push the plan If you dont need a lot help some friend who does to get one The land will be sold on easy payments with only four Read the ad and think over this It means much to Lancaster The peo pIe living out on the Buckeye pike are deeply interested and are watching the progress closely will The stated firstclass opportunity portion of town The Record has con I surrounded salea cannot Interest Sold Street same afford residences Hamilton the every statement percent fellow citizens Ie X I AND SUMMER STYLES SPRING I I I I I I I I I We have just received full line Queen Quality Shoes Oxfords and Slip pers The Styles are up todate You should see them before 1 IIm you buy Logan Dry Goods Co 1m THE iii l g Z I I I I I In Time of Peace Prepare for War Take advantage of this exceptional oppor tunity to place your order for High Grade MADETOMEASURE CLOTHING and supply for the coming Spring and Summer An Experienced Cutter from the Globe Tailoring Co Of Cincinnati will display the Advanced Styles in SEA SONABLE FABRICS at our establishment on Friday Saturday 9 LOOrtN I I II 1 1 yourwants I I I I I and Iit APRIL Sand 1 I I T Ij f Ie e e 68 i Sl Ume t w t1- J OGOOOXOt pC O I I I I r 1 fi q- v P- w r l- is 4y yG3 a w i f i fy f 4 Ie 1 Yfr1M 41 u Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co A wise buyer considers all before spending his being the case we were careful to bring very BEST goods to Lancaster and also to ask only the most able them r We call especial attention to superb line of White Dress Goods Spring Belts Gloves Hosiery Neckwear i Beautiful Ribbonsf Shirt Waistings Veils Fine Shoes Slippers COME TO US for the Latest Styles Lowest Prices and Best Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED f Jet In Theo HI I It I nil I I I Itn I This only the prJc I I I I It I I I I I I U I I I I I I II VlVwVv VKYfST AwAaWVCO or 0 Habit points money reason for our Goods oa I I I ELECTRIC RANGES r g They burjx ejoalor ThY heat up very quick They dont cost ypu j They are fully guaranteed i They require but little fuel I They are the prettiest stoves made j byv home merchants HASELDENROBINSON i Wood j j I much Bdwue Cot I J M k i s- And are sold r t ii i J ta i CANDRAM Suttrtd at the Office in Lantatltr Kyat StanKlCtaM Jfatt Jfotter Lancaster Ky April 8 f904 1MYANTSVILLE Mrs S N Steadman is visiting fives In Mrs E H Ballard sold very fab hugs to C for 4Jc TToOIlxl are visiting here Mrs Bryant has been suffer ing from an attack of la grip Mrs Sallie Welch is visiting her daughter Mrs Deatberage of Rich mondMrs Will Combs and Mrs Will of Jessamine visited Mrs Glass recently Mr Hogan Ballard who Is attending State College spent Easter with his mother Mrs H Ballard QMiss Bessie Shearer has returned to her home in Nicholasville after a vis It to her sister Mrs Ben Mullins Mrs Eugene Berkele has returned from Lexington where she spent Eas ter with sister Miss Allie Dunn of Hamilton College Mrs W T Woolfolk and daughters Anna Lee and Margaret of Visited her parents Mr and Mrs W J Hogan last week Quite a number were in town to attend the openings of Mrs A S Haselden and Mrs Armstrongs The display was very pret ty and both have a beautiful line of On Wednesday the 13th of April Mr James English the administrator of the late Dr Traylor will at public auction all the office furniture and other property of the deceased sale begins at 2 oclock McCBEARY C Collins went to Somerset last week to attend the funeral of her sister Mr and Mrs L Forbes visited the latters mother in Bryantsyille last weekMiss Lillie Warner has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs J W Perrin of Stanford Mr and Mrs John Walker and two daughters Sallie and Emma visited Mrs Dave Ross of your city Messrs Will and James Walker who have been visiting their sister Mrs A Layton returned to their in Indiana Monday Miss Jones Sebastian Willie and Ben Hamm went to meet Miss Florence Catron who has been visiting in Somerset Mrs S W Poor who has fever is some better Win Christopher bought of Bob Wal shoats for 19 James Spilman has returned from a business trip to Kansas Sunday School was arranged at Pol lys Bend school house Sunday after noon Miss Virginia King of Jessamine Institute spent Easter vacation at homeMr J B Robinson of Versailles is the guest of his mother and other rel atives Mrs Chas Scott and Miss Mary Ask ins were shoppers in Danville last Thursday Miss Bessie Bolton spent a few days last week with Miss Annie Perkinsat MarksburyMiss Mahan ol Londen was the guest of Miss Florence Christo pher last week Hugh Christopher leaves Tuesday for Los Angeles Cal where he probably remain Dan Preston and Mrs Mattie Shear er were married the 24th ult Rev Tomlinson officiating Mr J W Jenkins and wife of were guests of the family of William Christopher recently Miss Illttie Dunn of Bryantsvllle has begun a subscription school here This Is her fltth term here MrHarrison of Danville was in Miss Lena Duncan of to her home Mrs Margaret Robinson celebrated ber ninety second birth day Monday She enjoys the distinction of being the person In this section a few ago she enjoyed good health attending hurch ry Sunday Nest Cough Iffeaiclae Tor Cbliarea When you buy a cough medicine for small children you want In which you place implicit confidence You want that not only relieves You want one that Is tionably harmless You one that Is pleasant to take Chamber Iains Cough Remedy meets all of these There is nothing so good for the coughs and colds incident to It la a proven cure for croup and there Is no danger whatever whooping cough given It has used in many epidemics of that dtaease with perfect succeM Tor sale by Jrte bjes Drugstore inf We are aote valuta and chikJrea bate 366 60ciSc art Jibo v t LOUtS I Mr and Mrs John Davis of relatives Baker W G E Lexington Saturday millinery goods o BEUNA VISTA il ker13 I I fEastWilmore durIng Until eve 1 one butt eS I childhood from uis Pee Ial trI 11 CENTRAL RECORD rat r ref Frankfort same Arnold Fannie her homes Danvil l e will Bo oldest months nearly A can one cures unit want conditions also certain when 2t Tlle IoeanDrp Goode- h sue a Ay1IItsT Yr cwr tone bon our who been Ce Y lleuiyMiller was able to be out Sat iitday J M Cress sold 6 heifers to Sam An derson for 3ic JT B Hutcblns has built a new room to dwelling house Leslie Harber bought a horse from Cecil McClary for 135 J L Ilutchlns bought two from Mr Marsee for 31 Mr Dave Thompson who has been sick forsome time is about well Sol Rigsby bought a crib of 90 bar rels of corn from J H Rigsby for 250 Miss Kate Payne visiting ker brother J L Payne and family Mr Sebastian and family rand were visiting Mrs Louisa claw Sunday B T Lunceford visiting his daughter Mrs Joe Lunceford at Paint Lick last week Ben Bennett and wife were visiting iheir parents Mr J B Conn and tam fly last Sunday Misses Virgie Worrell and Willie Corminey of Flatwood was here on business Rev J C Carmichel and W T B White spent Saturday night with Mr and MrsFF Cummins Lenard Naves who bought Jonah Marsees place has moved Mr Marsee has moved to Lancaster Mrs Tilda Purcell died at the home of her daughter Mrs Garrison last Friday and to Rockcastle for burial Saturday Mrs Asalee Anderson and Miss Min nle Cummins had their opening last Saturday and all a nice display of goods a beautiful stock with fine prospect for a business They are both fine ladles and will treat all right STONE Mrs George Preston sold a shoat 300 M W Whitaker bought a work mule for 60 Joe Hicks bought of Llge for 80 L L Sanders sold a nice horse to B Burton for 125 Mrs Todd Simpson continues very sick at this writing Lem Evans bought of George Grow a buggy horse for 45 R Preston bought a cow and calf of C M Moberley for 35 Little Miss LydaRaney is with her grand father at present Mrs Gabe Preston was at the of her mother last week CS Sanders bought of uncle Lem Evans a buggy mare for 100 Mr Lee Grove visited his cousin George Scott at NIcholasville The little son of Mr and Mrs Joe Ray is very ill with pneumonia Mrs Mary A Sanders sold corn to different parties at 3 per barrel last week Loyd Sanders sold to Moore the butcher one fat cow for 3 Santa per pound Jess Sanders and wife visited Mrs H A Sanders and family Saturday and Sunday Miss Pearl Sanders visited relatives at Kicholasville and Little Hickman recently Jennings of Pink was the guest 01 Mrs Willard Monday until Saturday Mr Allie Preston died at his home near of pneumonia He leaves a wife and several children Every one that wants good goods cheap be sure and come to the auc lion atC S Sanders next Saturday evening 9th MARKSBDRY Mr C A Robinson and family spent Saturday with Mrs M Currey at Lan caster Rev W M Stallings was the guest Thursday of Mr Bee Danville Mr and Mrs T I Herring were the guests Sunday of Mrs Miriam Peters at Hedgeville Miss Bessie Bolton of been spending several days with Miss Annie Perkins Johff W Woods bought at the Tran ter Kenney sale at Lexington two fine horses at 125 and 150 Miss Carrie Durham left last Thurs day for an extended visit to relatives in Mifidresboro Plneville and Corbin Mrs W M Stallings and son John and daughter left this week for several days visit to relatives in Washington county Sciatic RbeamaiUm Cared I have been subject to sciatic for years says E H Waldron of Wilton Junction Iowa My joints were stiff gave me much pain discomfort My joints would crack when Istraightened I used Cham berlains Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cured Have not had a pain or ache from the old trouble for many months It Is certainly a most derful liniment For sale Drugstore im The fruit cit pis I JKaice A Cleui Theres nothing like doing a thing Of all the Salveeyou beard of Arnica Salve isthe best Itsweeps away and cures Burns Cats Bolls andgHaraiteed togiyesattefactioB by McJiUjberU Drufgtot V r jt CT S W4 S z n o 1in down was Monday of Gar was Saturday raft and wastaken good a horse bedside Miss Mnda Wilson from laSt Fannie rheumatism II J d Sore U S xtllHtisllL1IrN his Holt mtllln repor Mcblal here Satnrda9 Coleman Hickman and cafe Sweet thoroughly Brute kin Iteoaly R- AR4 r for near has and won tires ever kern firI t Decry Moore sold a horse In Rich mond Monday fur 80 Born to the wife of H L Wallace on last Thursday afine boy MrsCBEngleman is having anoth er room built to her dwelling Mr I CRucker is having an addition of 3 rooms built to the Veranda Hotel Miss Winner of Louisville has a position trimmer with Mrs Ely Mr Hiraim Arnold has gone to Ford to clerk for Mr Howard in his dry goods store Miss DeLaney Milliner who was with Mrs Jennings last year will trim again O L Hammack has his shop and is now ready to watt on the public on short notice Mrs E L Woods is i n the Path a Infermary at Richmond Her health is somewhat improved W L Nbe sold lira Wallace farm and Shumate farm to Wilson Hensley of Harlan county for 11500 Rev and Mrs C S Young gave an Easter egg hunt last Saturday to the delight of school children summoned Tues day in consultation with Dr Mays to the bedside of Mrs Millard Ledford who is quite 111 at this writing Simpson and Jackson are building an addition to their store house Mrs J T Jackson is improving but not entirely welt yet The many friends and acqaintances Messrs George and James Walker of Indiana were here last week relatives and friends Brother Pike filled his appointment at Freedom on the 4th Sunday Mr John M Burton is doing carpen ter work in our town this week Mrs Annie Lawson of Tipton bits has returned to her home after a pleasant visit of several weeks to her fathers family here Brother W T Watsons many friends glad to see him up a ain and able to go to Brodhead where he is visit ing his brother Dr Joe Watson Mr Grover Ross is suffering very much from a sprained ankle we hope however it will not prove serious Mr 0 J Moberley was among friends here last week who were glad to see him B has been suffering con slderably from a sweet spell of grip but is better now The little infant of Mr and Mrs Jack Layton is very sick and not ex pected to live Simpson Jacksons goods and low prices Uncle Joe Simpson will next week leave on a business trip to be gone several days Notblng Equal to Chamberlains Col ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy for Dowel Complaints Children We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in family for years says RCooke of Nederlands Texas Wehavegiv en it to all children We have used other medicines for the same purpose but never found anything to equal Chamberlains If you will use it as directed it will always cure For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m All power involves privilege Robbed the Grave A starling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphlaas follows I was in an awful condition My skin w as almost yellow tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improve ment I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only flay cents guaranteed McRoberts drug store 1m Conviction creates character Good Spirits Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liverarid all the tine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not rem edy a bad liver the hundred one ill effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition if you would feelbuoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful in pursuits You can put your in fine condition by using Greens August Flower the greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a lain cure for dyspepsia indigestion It has been a favorite household reme dy over thlrtyfiye years August Flower will make flyer healthy and and thus insureyou a al of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c At all drug gists IT lAug DDoinjr dondtlng B 8t B ach Trouble Cmred- X was troubled with a distress my spur stomach and voml spells and can truthfully say Chamberlains Stomach and LI vcr Tal cured meiMr8 TIT Williams Lalngsbarg Midi These tablets are guaranteed to care stoea of this character For 1m ej 1 accepted completed visit- Ing Ware mottogood MrsJ eyes sunken or car cue In lol ft- t r for 1t1 l Llhk her Clay Dr Kinnaird was NINA heart sour Wheeler our our 4 1 your liver for your active fiber Series stomach that ifs every act trouble ilablet Drog Store cit MYY t ti Estridge PAINT LICK KY LADIESsee our line of DRY GOODS especially our lines of Dress Goods Waistings Hamburgs Laces AH in Latest Styles A large line of UP TO DATE CLOTHING ii just arrived direct from New York Gentlemen E call and be fitted in an entire suit from Hat to ff m Shoes nothing lacking at our big store McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY USE Mastic PaintW- eGUARANTEE it We refund your money or repaint your house if not satisfactory McROBERTSDRUGGIST r drb1WbY ti Y1 It IY I 10 t ill I I i1m II Ii rn I Ii X X Z Ii p4 1 r DE AmoQOJm E 44p4Q pp4Q Qp QD pQ p0 4 p- D I N W- Wfzwz How many people will attend the St Louis Worlds Fair For the ten nearest correct answers to that question The Royal Tailors of Chicago are going to give away ten high grade automobiles including both touring cars and runabouts ranging in price from 650 to 5000 each There will also be eight cash prizes of 100 each for early estimatesThe number of paid admissions to the Chicago Worlds Fair of 1893 was 21480141 to the PanAmerican Exposition Buffalo in 1901 8295073 St Louis 1904 jw say Let us take your order now for your new spring suit or overcoat you are entitled to one guess for every dollar you pay Royal tailoring is known the world over and is worn today by 250000 satisfied customers We would like to show you the complete Royal line of newest dress novelties something sure to please you in both pattern and price always the best for the and your entire satisfaction guaranteed CALL AND SEE J C HEMPHILL Beautiful Spring Millinery Exquisite creations beautiful Parisian Hats that have been accorded the distinguished approval qf the most famous designers ofthe world Also a collection of very newest and most approved styles from the East ern mrakets together with the best handicraft of our own milliners modeled on authentic lines the whole compris ing a Bewildering Array of Spring 5cauti s That It would be to match In a city the size oi SALLIED TILLET J i money I tImes It t t t t J J 1 i1 i 3I Pattern tithe c hard many Lancaster E w T w- yy 3r1 Means Chatanooga S Work equal to any or t Draft lighter than any other a Baeakage less than any other t 1 Postle guarantees one Chatanooga Chatanooga Cutting Harrows Land Rollers Corn Planters Cultivators Smoothing Corn Drills Double Shovels Hemp Drills USE FERTILIZERx- K F Postle Our opening is over and we are now ready to suit the most fastidious customers with this line of Stilish Up and Popular Priced Hats The ready to wear bats will surely please you A look through my stock before you buy your spring millinery will save you money Make Store Your Headquarters The Parlor Millinery Store Mrs Jno F Lear First door below Citizens Bank Danville st iiC iJlljJi1 if jitflii Plals Plal1 I i ir every a B i e1lJ1UJrl f1JiJNJffJjiWJJlIifr sa 9B 2a m rr 1M qjJJ date W fly JdJ JJ D D D Dce IQs pp I P1ow That Chilled better Q a 1 3 Q Harrows i f i t Q Q C1 Q Q Q Q I i to i Erij f PERSONALS S D Turner of Camp Nelson was In town Monday on business Misses Susie Hatcher and Ellen Ball visited friends in Stanford Sunday County Attorney Jas I Hamilton was in Frankfort on business Judge M D Hughes and Master Rothwell were in Stanford MondayMisses Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines Of Danville visited Lancaster friends FridayMesdames Ben Slavin and Nannie Jones of Danville visited Lancaster friends Saturday Miss Bertha M Askins of Nicholas yule is expected this week to be the guest of Miss Elizabeth Grimes Mesdames W G Kemper and R L Jennings of Paint Lick were guests of Mrs J C Thompson Saturday Misses Martha and Helen Gill came down from Glendale College to spend line of Spring and Summer Is a most beautiful one as the m assortment comprises all the m choice and effective styles We have exclusive novelties and Tailored Hats W that are offered at very rea sonable prices also we have M the new styles in Golonial Tricorns pi Turbans Gunboats Continental Sailors pi Miss ADA DICKEIISON PRO Stormes Bldg Danville st J cJ Tuesday Commissioner pg 12 t J mlLLIIlElr I some rd tj rJ l2I m 12 r- 12l tn The MLL In StDre t i s mm 1 i 1 v ono o o Our I T11iEy 0 Easter with their sister Mary GillMaster Arthur Joseph has been ill for a few days narrowly pneumoniaRev is in Lebanon thiS week attending a meeting of the PresbyteryBruce and Stephen Walker were visiting some pretty girls in Har rodsburg Sunday Interior Journal MessrsDP Bur dette and M G Aldridge of Garrard were guests of Mr S H Aldridge Maj Wm H Comer of Louisville spent several days with his sisters Mesdames L Elkin and J E Robinson Mr and Mrs Jesse Walden and hand some son H C of Danville were of Lancaster relatives Sunday Mr W G Kemper and Dr F M of Paint Lick were in town Mon day and made this oQice a must call Mrs Jerry Respess and children left this week for a visit to her husband who is doing some surveying in North CarolinaMrs W Frisbie and pretty daugh ter Gladys left this week for a visit to her sister Mrs R E Hughes in Louisville A most enjoyable little dance was given at the Mason Hotel Monday eve ning Ducks orchestra furnished the music Ben Dina Herndon who is watching one of his Uncle Sams warehouses in Anderson county was at home fora few days Mr W R Marrs of Knoxville was here Saturday Mummy is still on the road traveling through several southern states Reports from Stanford say Col W G Welch is still suffering much from the blood poisoning from which it became necessary to amputate two of his toes Miss Al tie and Bessie Marksbury and Mrs Louis Land ram will return from Springfield Ohio the latter part of the we ek Their sister Mrs Howard Rice will accompany them fora short visit Senator George Farris spent Sunday at home His friends have been hav ing much fun with the Senator about a thief stealing an overcoat off his back while on a train near Winches cJcIMiSs missing case Walker pleasant guests BgjiSt line of Buggies Surries Runabouts Etc ever brought to Lancaster See our stock and get our omplete line of double and single Buggy Harness Wagon harness Collars Pads Chains Etc ELMORE iM M A I l ROMANS c 5f c i i1 2 J r prices Haines Lines Y j t Y v 5 h Iter last Mrs Lear is hi Lexington slurb plug thii wjjXi Lancaster received ot the birth of a girl baby Eugenia Cox Bush whose home is in St Louis Judge RA Burnside was at home Sunday The Judges work in the Revenue service requires him to the road constantly and he only gets home about once or twice a month Miss Mellle Hopper the handsome and accomplished daughter of Col Ed Hopper visiting her aunt Miss Jane Hopper Miss Hopper in Hustonviile and is a very ular young lady Mrs EH Pearce of Danville spent several with her husband in this city returning to Danville Monday Dr Pearce is giving most all of his time to the local Methodist cburch and is doing some grand work for the cause of his Master Among the visitors attended the dance at Mason Hotel were Misses Cyrena and Mary of Danville MissPollyJTraylor of Stanford Miss Bertha Horetcbky of Texas Messrs L W Andrews and R S Ayers of Centre College Danville Former Govenor W O Bradley came up from Louisville Saturday night and spent a day or so in his old home look his property and other buss ness He basTiot been in good health since he left Lancaster though much improved now While Louisville is Gov Bradleys legal residence yet the words Home and Lancaster are so imbeded in his that the old town will always come first with him The following from Sundays Cour Journal will be read much interest by the many friends of the popular young physician whose home Paint Lick Mr and Mrs Fred K Walker of Reservoir Park the engagement of their daughter Laurina Gardner to Dr Franklin M Walker of Central Ken tucky The wedding to take place early in June The degree team of the Lancaster Odd Fellows lodge went to Richmond Monday night and initiated a number of candidates for the lodge in that city They are loud in theii praise of the hospitable treatment received at the hands of the Richmond brethren and say they will forget the extended Richmond certainly knows how to treat visitors and no can go there without at home Somerset Journal Frank Pumph rey has proved a friend to us this week on two occasions when our cylinder press refused to work Franks knowledge of the obdurate thing is remarkablePunk who received his training in The Record office soon proved that le was not only a naturalborn printer but a machinist as well two requisites one man seldom posesses It is not one good printer in ten who could fix an oldfashioned sausage mill and vice versa Punk can not only set first class jobwork but is an expert at machinery In proper shape which make a valuable man to have round the house Business Seed Oats at Wards grocery Chicken feed for sale Banks ft Seed Oats at Wards grocery Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 41tf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tr See our line of Carpet 2t The Logan Dry G olds Co Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 4ltf I Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Seed Oats at Wards grocery Chicken feed for sale Banks tf We have the latest styles and we ask you to see line and judge for yourself as to appearance and price Miss Ada Dickerson Marvel Millinery Store It Jap alac varnish makes old furni ture At ThOmpson tf Large stock fresh cut flowers on band for Easter v Phone 119 41tf JC Thompson Our newspring goods just in Ladle and Gents gold watches chains etc tf Thompson the Jeweler Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 41tf I will pay cash old Coins Erie C Farra Lancaster Kentucky 3258t Rubberoid Rooting good roof for little money HaseidenRoblnson HardwareCo 41tf Be careful and do not buy an of hat unbecoming We can please the most fastldeous Miss Ada Dickerson Marvel Store It 130 fish just received M J C Thompson We spared neither time expense In getting together arilne t would please pie both in quality prie line before making j rcbwM- Mfcs Ada iDlctoerson Marytf Milliner Store i IF taifel C e r t f f pop ingafter ler is at feeling keep- Ing and es Hudson new for a one got z 4 r week Win relatives Have news toM nee b- on has been resides who Dunn bosom with announce never many courtesies one Inneed Bargains Hudson sa our out- date nor Milliner nor ofrSprf Millinery See x k in k 4 a y L rs e s r our Tire Logan Dry Gofds Co TSElkiu will pay highest market pride for 100000 pounds 3 25tf Calladiums and and bulbs tf J C Thompson Sliver spoons 305 sets to select from Also souvenir spoons tf Thompson the Jeweler Money to Loan SlOOO to loan on real estate Call at this office 311tf I will giv my MI tire time to the Merchant business sou and if better satis Lion than ever 3 25tf J C Hemphill Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tt We have a line of the fresh st brought to Lancaster tf Currey Lime Black Diamond and Portland Cement Cash Cheap H B Northcott 3 4 2t You know the style and character the charm and individuality of our you know that Price is a feature at our store always We not only fit you out correctly but save you money Miss Ada Dickerson Mar vel Millinery Store It I am in the market for hemp and will pay highest market price Call at Minors mill Duncan ware house R M West 34tf Wanted 90 brakes tf The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts Automobile Free The Royal Tailors will give 10 Auto mobiles to absolutely chance to get JX3 Hemphill who will tell about it 3 25tf Bargains in Uuguyliarness HaseldenRobiuson Hardware Co Two houses and lots and two build ing lots on Richmond street 325tf R A Stone Lancaster Ky We are prepared to cut make carpets to order 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co I have elegant line of Merchant have ever had Call and like to get your order for J C Hemphill No one wilUeave oy place of bust ness with a suit c1iat is not ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY J yH tf The Ideal Co which gave such general satisfaction here last year has been engaged for a per formance at the court house April 14 Remember the date Further partic ulars later Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville For quick delivery and pretty flowers call at Cl 18tf Every one who a Royal Tailor suit stands a get an Auto mobile Go and see J O Hemphill will explain it to you 325 tf Hemp Seed For Sale I about 180 bushels of the late importation hemp for sale Nicely cleaned Post office Mc Creary Ky J T lucks Choice Hemp Seed A few bushels of Riv er bottom Preston seed for sale Call on J C or Gabe Preston Sjra e Ky Fine Groceries I have just put in a good stock of fresh groceries embracing every arti cle to be found in an uptodate groce ry store Fresh and cured meats on hand fresh fish in season Give call T S Elkin 325tf The Ladles Aid Society will have exchange at the Post Office Satur day afternoon All kinds of country produce will be on band at low prices hotter eggs ham jowls and in fact anything in the eating line These exchanges will be held every Saturday until further notice 320tf- DP Isbell Osteopath Located Danville st two doors below Record office Consultation PboneNo 149 If there isany thing about this method of treating di seases the aid of drugs is tot understood by any if will call at my I will pleasure In explaining to you I go and treat patients the as other physi cians 41tf- To the PiHiUc The underSigned havbXv their stock of e Im elements to lkln desire to express their tha acontinuanceof cessors worthy gentlemen 41tr TB Walker Son Notice to School Trustees The census reports are now ready for bt the of Trustees of the yaripus districts call at my office the censuslistfor ensuing year M the census e ken OB or about first day of April 1904 It Is the duty of the tees to that this is done I J1rlt 2t wool a d bestcakesever s Millineryand or the R bi West ust mers free Each custom ands an equal one sze I 41 tf For Sale a Tailor I examine sold an aster SUIt 335 En florists JIm P lOne Tall I thisSea posslTive b b y chant to absolutely fr w o seed the entucky emp constantly mea an on e out tag sae fthe I lrltUic0 inlu A d Ttuberose new For Sale hemp S thei you d thermos uphill staining ore have cultivated phill Lancaster Fresh old Sid new without that one you once take same sold Hard a Farmipg bison for the liberal patronage n the t a to reques- a me with eirsuc whoa School distribution Chairmen Board will please and the school must the true see und care thetilaalrmaa fails to ft fat LLWalkeei- sf K 6 A Thoughtful lrjaut- M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew to do hour if need Ills wife had unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got at once and was finally cured Only 25cat McRobertss 1m April 14th an experienced Tailor will be quich will positively r Re member the da April 14th 1904 It JC Hempblll I have some good Rubber Tire Bug gies 1 Surrle Pole etc W H Ward Firm Having purchased T B Walker Sons stock of Hardware and Farming Implements solicit the patronage of the public p 5fe5allarfd the lowest ai in the full Sad dles Stoves Grass everything used in the house or on the farm Mount Elkin41tf Three room house and four of ground situated on Danville Street Has good stable and other outbuild ings Plenty of fruit good garden etc Possession given at once Call on or address J B Soper Lancaster Ky 4 8tf LOOK Through OurU Before Making You Purchases We have a strictly nice line of AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL We agents for sular Stoves Also carry full line o f Undertakers Goods and furnish hearse CHAMP GO Paint Lick Ky I ali her relief with lastone 4 Stf For Rent j j fIV NH rwl I 9lotbilg 110e- SQa ts the Pennin what the such Drug- Store tie be the a us Drummers Wagon New Jr a guarantee prices a best quality wagonsstill lea A line Harness Seed nd acres 4044444440004 are s Sanders WaJkep sell you Sand Llmfe Plaster Portland Cement and all kinds of Roofiings ch them a trial ent Co Give i1m Ec j Will Ce Roof Painting prepared to do the best roof painting also repair roof at very low rates Can save you mon ey Leave orders at Pestles store 3t T W Soper lam very J A CONN J B CONN Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE wellpainted is mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Conn Bros ECONOMY IIUUIIIIIIIIIUIIUIWWIlUIIWIIIWii1JI1WWWWWJYWWWI IAN A house painted with a cheap paint is expensive The cost of applying it is the as with a good paint You cannot afford to let your house go unpainted Neither can you afford to use a cheap paint Rainbow Paint is the Very Best Pait it is Possible to Make We sell it on a POSITIVE GUARANTEE We han dl eevery thing pertaining paints Let us have your ibusness it will be appreciated STORE same f H SBIES KENTUCKY CHIEF Reg 1095 This fine saddle and harness Stallion will make the present season at Stock FarrnBuckeye Ky and will be permitted to serve 30 approved mares at TEN DOLLARS to insure living colt which is less than any horse of his breeding is standing for in county DESCRIPTIONKentucky Chief is a beautiful seal brown 16 hands high and weighs 1200 pounds in ordiriaryflesh He took premiums at the State Fair at St Louis Lawson Independence and many other places in Missouri and considered one of the best Stallions in the State His coltsare large rangy with long well set necks fine backs have great actions and have the test of colors He is kind and any lady can ride or drive him PEDIGREE Fleming 224 2nd dam by Alexanders Edwin forest 49 3rd dam by Denmark 64 4tb dam Bevanue 5th dam by Imp Glencoe 6th by Imported 7th dam bv American Eclipes Sired by Black byPeaine 85 sire of Lucy W i Hed ewood land was M 581st dam Jennie Perkins ons BILL COOPERIs a blackJack white points and is of the individuals in the country He is an extra heayy boned with good feet and body with square nips is class mule Jack Some of his colts sold last year for 75 He is4 years old ands will make the season at the loirprice of 700 coif Grazing at2bo and taken but wilt be Lien on l Money all or lack Bill oQlr afirst occur moneY paid when areS rJr tiPJiQnea with one finest and alive per month care not res accidents should any retained all olts season is due is cases with another horse iless on Sund ResidenceNobncl Not a Luxury A f A t r it e rJIIir1 f V IiiiiP t j F- ft 1hi iii e er- s rra- w r T d Bad wow ISTRC loemg 01 GOd leililb It is no more reasonable tp espcct to from ba4 blood tharvit to expect to get a good crop out of bad soil Bad is and always must be the health The several organs of the body are nourished by blood If the blood is bad that is to say im pure or ifit is deficient in red corpuscles known as blood the vital organs of the body must be weakened- In the impurity of the blood is marked by surface eruptions such as boils eczema tetter scrofulous sores or erysipelas- Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures disfiguring eruptions heals scrofulous sores and cures other results of impure blood because it cleanses the blood of the which cause disease It acts directly on the bloodmaking glands increasing the quantity and improving the quality of the blood this note for the benefit of any who may be suffering Mr T Walk of Texas I have received a perfect cure Had chronic sore leg for four years and went to see two doctors but they failed to do me any good I wrote to for advice and you told me to Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and use his AllHealing Salve I did so and after using five bottles of Medical Discovery and six boxes of the Salve I was cured I will recom to Dr Pierce as kiridly give advice freely as he did to me If you ask your dealer for Golden Medical Discovery because you have confidence in its to medicine claimed to be just as good but which you did not ask for and do not want Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to cover expense of mailing only twentyone onecent stamps for the in covers or thirty one stamps for the clothbound volume Ad dress Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y o heatt popularly ttI write mend your medicines DIY friends and will advise any who are suffering from any chronic disease to write cures do not allow yourself to be SWitched off of t thall BUCKEYE Mrs Dr Perkins visited her parents in Madison last week Miss Emma Jones is in our midst to the delight of her friends here The Hlllbillie club met with Lillard Miles and sisters Wednesday evening Miss Bessie Pierce of Hyattsville spents last week with her sister Mrs Oscar Ray Buckeye can boast of a nine months Miss Kata Dickerson and Miss Nell Potts of Richmond visited Mr and Mrs John Dickerson last week Mike Ray is in Kirksville repairing cisterns When it comes to milk houses and cisterns Mike is a genius It is well enough to celebrate all fools day by playing pranks on boys and girls but you had better let the Doctors alone is my advice folksMrs Duncan who lives here has the sympathy of her friends and neighbors in the loss of her sister Mrs Lee Austin whose death occured in your city last week While there was not a easter flower in the little Chapel on the hill Sunday to remind us of the day we had an excellenteaster sermon by the pastor Rev Stratten Commissioners Sale of Land GARRAKD CIRCUIT COURT James Dillon vs African Methodist Episcopal Church Dfts and Elizabeth Dillon Admr of James Dillon Decd 10 vs African Methodist Espiscopal Church Dft By virtue of judgment first Court and a subsequent judgment in the second above styled action rendered at the March Teim 1901 of the said Garrard Circuit Court I will on MONDAY APRIL 25th 1904 publicly before the Court House door in the City of Lancaster Garrard Coun tyKysell to the highest and best bid der the following described real prop erty with its appurtenances in the City of Garrard fronting on Water Street including a fronton said Street of 75 feet and run fling back at right angles 100 feet to the garden fence as it now then stands out of this is to be taken a small strip lying on the West of the Churcn and running within 6 feet of the Church and the same sold to Russ Penman Said property is to be sold to satisfy a judgment of James Dillon Decd against the Defendant African Methodist Episcopal Church in the sum of 8163 00 subject to a cred it of 48 00 as of date July 20th 1885 the residue of said debt bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from July 25 1885 until paid subject to a 88 50 as of date June 20th 1901 and 1500 as of date July 23rd 1901 to gether with all the costs of this action the sum to be realized from said sale is 29533 TERMS Said sale will be made on a creditor bearing 6 per cent interest per annum day of sale until paid the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue ir not paid at a lien will also be re tamed upon the sold until the payment or the purchase money J M Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court This April 4th 1904 R H Tomlinsonj Atty for Plaintiff equalto to allBuck Puff i inthe SpecialJune the said credit of requiredto payable F Past living is but faster dying A Great SenMtlon There was a big sensation in Lees yule Ind when W H Brown of place who was expected to die his life saved by Dr Kings New for Consumption He writes I endured insufferable agonies Asthma but your New Discovery gay me immediate roller and soon effected a complete cure Simi lar cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price 50c and 100 Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist Trial bottle free 1m Only a fools tomorrow ruins today The timeworn Injunction Never put off til tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perLaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TO let that remedy be Dr Bos chees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly re lieve your cough or cold and its con tinued use for a rew days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even ir dread con sumption has attackad your lungs Herman Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trou ole New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists 1 Aug Commissioners Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Henry Huffmans Admr c Plffs vs Henry Huffmans Heirs c Drt and Tilden Huffman c Plffs vs Eliza Adams c Dtts Consolidated Cases By virtue ora udgment in the above styled action rendered at the regular March Term 1904 or the Cir court Court I will on MONDAY APRIL 25 1904 publicly before the Court House Door in the City or Lancaster Garrard County to the and best bidder the following descibed real property and being in Gar rard County Ky on the Waters of Creek and bounded as follows thence N 19 poles to another stone thence N 81 E 85 poles to a stone thence N 19 poles to a small black wal nut in a drain in Sanders line thence less TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months purchaser will be required to execute bonds of amounts with good and sufficient se sioner bearing 6 per cent interest annum from day or sale until paidhav ing the force and effect of judgment upon which execution may if not paid at maturity and a lien will also J M ROTHWELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court R L Davidson W MeG Johnston Attorneys for Plaintiffs Consolidated April 4 1904 II sr III Discovery thereafter a Do it DAyand Ky sell Sanders containing payable untiley I t ha 4 Today B Stands for Bread and gopd bread if the bread iff bought at Our bread can be relied upon as much u the cup defender BellaBce I Currey Davidsons very Job The Record eLiM V Jl rt- o I Printing at us J it ICi a Ms Salt FOR TftXES By virtue of the State and County Taxes ow ing to me as Sheriff of Garrard county Ky for years 1902 and 1903 1 will on Monday April 25 1904 County Court day for Garrard county Ky to public sale to the highest bidder the Courthouse door in the city of Ky the following real estate in said county levied on by me as Sheriff of said coma ty to pay the tax due on said property said of tax Includes penaly and 2 cost for advertising same towit LANCASTER NO 1 WHITE Adam A J 1903 10 ncres 4 9l Comley Wm 1903 68 acres 8 00 Collier Mrs Hiram 1903 19 acres 4 01 Foster Jones 1902 Cover BG19o3 Huffman Henry Idle Heirs 110 acre acres Jones Lunsford 1903 1 Lot 11 Miller Mose19023 25 acres 3 acres 21 Moore J J 19o3 1 Lot 1903 25 acres Powers Mary B acres Hannah acres Sparks Mary A 1903 190 acres 6- Wherritt Thos 1903 1 LANCASTER NO 1 COLORED Adams Pete 19023 i acre AdamsVill19o3 Bnrdett Bob 19023 9 acres Blanks Jant19o3 1 Lot Banghman Isaac 19o3 40 acres Bnrdett James 1903 1 acre Campbell B 1 Lot Dunn Bill 1903 acre Farris Patsy acre Boyse 1903 Faulkner John 1903 Herring Albert 19023 12acres l Hudgins Mary 19o3 l 19023 Jennings Ceo 1902 1 Lot James 19o3 1 Lot jeavell Tom 1903 3 acres 19023 McCarley Kate Lot Middleton Ed 19023 1 Lot Mlddleton Kobt 190231 acre Myers Jesse 19023 856 Miller Irvine 1903 890 Nelson Bogie 625 Owsley Charley lJ02 470 Perkins Sam 19o3 571 Jay James 1902 l Lot 4 83 Robinson Ceo Ann 1902 1 Lot 4 Robinson Barbara 1903 4 acre 245 Robingon Harre 1903 acrps 306 Salter Ed heirs 19023 Lot 520 Sharks Dllev 1902 1 Lot 3 C- OTevls Madison 19123 1 Lot 8 56 Warren Wm 19o2 1 Lot 6 5o Wright Mandvl9o3 5 acres 3 60 BRVANTBVILLE WHITE NO 2 1903 496 Brown Mary C 9o3 S 06 Cottrell Mose 19o3 475 Carr Mary E 1913 2 C5 Ellis Robt 19oS 2 acres 380 Gallaher 24o acres M 1C Hudson Thos D 19o23137 acres 59 26 Hudson H G 19023 75 acres 58 11 Hudson Lyan 1903 5o acres Lawrence Jane acre 2 60 12acres 687 Preston Bill heirs 19023 19 acres 8 So Philips James 19o23 H acres 647 1903 300 497o- Bherrow Eliza J9o3 11 acres 3 11 Scott Walter 19o3 438 Stone Mrs Margaret 19o3 92 acres 11 75 BRVANTSVILLE COLORED NO 2 Britton Lee 19o3 3 acres 5 7o Cochran 8 Caldwell Harrison 19023 acre Dunn 19023 G 38 Dunn Will 1903 3 acres 518 Dnnn Sarah 1903 H acre 3 55 Dunn Louis 1903 5 oo Dunn Mary 1903 3 acres Davis Rich 19o3 Davis John 19023 1 acre 6 16 Embry Berry 1902 3 acres 468 GaineslChas Geo 1902ys acres 6 Garrett Obe 19023 1 acre 8 jg Graves Mat 19o23 2 acres 7 4o Griffon Amy 1903 6 acres 4 50 Leavell Rhodes 19o23 1 acre 7 58 MpMnrtryJordon 19023 7 18 Smith Perry 1903 16 acres 5 35 Smith 1903 3 Shelby Henry 1903 jwres BUCKEYE WRITE NO 3 Atkinson A 1903 24 acres Conley Elizibeth 1903 13 acres 4 01 Durham John 1902 45 acres 1063 Parker 520 Potts H C 19o23 4 20 Simpson Jno 4 15 Whi ttakerw H 19o3 10 acres 520 BUCKEYE COLORED Leavell Gao 19o3 10 acres 571 Leavell Sam 19o3 2 acres 412 Leavell Zack 1903 13 acres 500 1902 3 68 Feather Dave 1902 2o acres Turner Jack 19o2 44 acres 828 PAINT LICK WHITE NO 4 Bird Green 1002 C acres 425 Baker Jas W ism 8 acres 530 Ballard Mordica acres 6 45 Brewer Wm M 1903 60 acres 7 40 Baker Jas 1903 90 acres A 571 Church iOnS 10 acres L 4 40 Church Mat 1902 50 acres 395 Dave Hrs 19023 50 acres 4 26 Dykes Jessie 19o2 70 acres 4 88 EadonArther iOnS 15 acres 4 9o Eden Sam BiOS 9 acres 520 Frith J G 1908 245 acres Gross TF 1903 35 aoreg 5 90 HickiJN 19023 7 acres 5 60 UolcombEllzebeth 1903 40 acres 6 87 Kincald W P1903 1 aero 6BO Laer Joe 1902 aSacres 4 00 Long Reuben 19o3 10 acres Moore Jas L 1903 10i acres 1000 Million Jno acres 3 90 Phelps J rfUto2 loo acres 4 25 Pay no Martha J 1903 4 acres 3o6 Spilman Thos 19031 lot 5 71 Stewart Arthur 1903 10 acres 4 00 TatnmJnoW 19o23 82 j 35 75 Tudor Garnett 1903 17 5 40 Wyley Wilbur 1901S 21 acres White Mrs EE190Blacre Woolwine Bnf ord 1903 75 acres 4 00 Woods 1903 54 acres aG 60 Wylie8W190 113 cre PAINT LICK COLORED NO 4 Adiaon Henry 1903 1 acre 3 85 Black Solon 19p3 48 acres lo So Beazley Sam Ceo 19o3 3 acres 75- Beazley Geo l9o2S4 acres U 25- Cheatbam Milo 19033 1 acre 5 7o Cook acres 440 Faulkner Andy l o23 3 acres 866 Faulkner Abe 19o23 18 acres i lo86 Favlkaerlrvia 19o3 6 acres 590- FanlkaerBdlth 19o3 acres 4 is- Hlckman Logan 19o3lo acres 675 lM4 acre 4 to renMdyEdl Lackey ClelllHl7acrM tLawsom Ned I 2Ilaere 6 4e- Leavril Tfce l9o 3 l cro 46- Leav llG l rtll er V IJt jMHr ew 13 MTM f e iS S V o 7 J t s d v iii lt 7 1 2 15 1 D 12 0 5 8 3 10 15 t 8 o 15 10 o 15 s 5 jj j5 jj J 67 30 00 35 90 65 S expose before Lan- caSter amount 10 Go Lot 19031 422 1902322 iO 01 Pollard S W 6 G6 1902377 MOO Ross 19035 412 Lot 61 Mary S 19021Fish 1 Lot BitLot S Johnson Tom Lot Jones Leavell Ceo Lot 19021 Lot Lot 19031 Lot Lot 1 Lot Ball acres acres acre acre J 9 19021Lane C J acre Alex b BuckJr acre 1 acre 3 6acre 3 1 acre Juts T Ii W H 19038acres 1 acre 19031acre NO3 Mitchell 1 lot 6 Oi 19024 Carpenter 2 acres Dwight sv John IOoS16 ou uo ou 3 I6 c ft vt if acres 1260 it 77I 8 Ii i acres 5 0 9 4 9 4 0 S 4 2 6 acre 4 6 5 i 7 5 1 60 7 3 9 i 7 1 Thos F 1 Rice H beirs19o23 4 acres I 1 1 0 acres 5 As Jag 4 acreS 4 a 5 acre a kant S I Newlniii Joiii Q 3 1 4 t Ile d Uuriuy IVuia acirg 04- 4teed Bar vu ii u l lot r c o Reed Harvey K UiX 3 no Bob 19o23l Lot 8 6J White John 19o23 WVL Lawson Sheriff Garrard County Ky French Coach Stallion Quasi No 2127 In French Coach Stud Book of America also in Rcpnbllqne Fraucalse Haras Xatlonatx No 128C2 Winner of first prize at the National Exposition Paris 189798 competing with over 60 stallions In show ring Imported by W H Tichenor Co of Chicago Color bay black points small star 1GK hands high weighs In working order 1350 pounds sired by the French Government Franse dam Charmantie by Le Dord and 2nd dam by Revolution extended pedigree framed Quasi has never been beaten in the show ring A sure breeder fine high style and big acting colts and very kind to handle I invite the attention of breeders to my colts by him to be seen on my farm 30 of his get out of all kinds of mares Quasi the present season of 1904 at my farm Similes from Stanford on the Hus tonville pike at 1500 to Insure Colt Phone 111 Danville Address Stanford or Danville Dorsey fiolddust 12052 Full brother to Estelle 219 14 Sired hy ZllcadI Goddard 44CO hy Golddntt 150 and he by Vermont Morgan Dorsey Gold dusts grand dam on sires side was by the Imp Arabian Stallion ZllcadI His dam Is Florence by Golden Mlngo Chief a son of Gifts Morgan making him intensely Inbred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides The best family of road horses ever known Dorsey Golddust Is a dark dappled bay full IGhandsand weighs 1200 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of highclass road and eastern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are In demand at top prices Both the champion saddle and com bined gelding of the American Horse Shows of 1902 03 Jack O Diamonds stands to his credit 10 of his colts sold last year for 10250 and f1500 was refused for a walktrot mare him Ills services are offered for less than any horse of his in Kentucky Will stand at my farm near Stanford at 2000 to Insure Colt Money due when colt drops or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept at CO cts per week on grass no responsibility for accidents or escapes The best of careful handling given and no accidents so far Address Danville or Stanford I 1 a b tlrlJlIJlWII cores 6 95 Universal In stallion oflarge wfll make producingqualities P r I II l lttaer piiman 1 acre O lIdS FRID bI REID Will make the season of 1901 on my one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaste pike at 8N to bsire a Liviig Colt four months old A lien retained until season Money due when the mare Is traded or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsibe should any occur Chester Squirrel 8 years old 16 bands high a dark chestnut sorrel he is the highest type of finish plenty of courage bnt- n perfectly kind natural saddle and harness horse n model In form possessing that wonder fnl style characteristic of the Chesterdare which the world acknowledges as superior to all as a show horse Pedigree sired by the famous Chesterdare No 10 N S H R be by Black Squirrel 58 he by Black Eagle he by King William 67 he by Washington Denmark 04 ho by Gaines Denmark Cl and he by race horse Denmark F S by Imported Hedgeford Chester Squirrels dam by Telegraph and Ver mount known as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered by all to be one of the brood mares In Kentucky PINE JACK at the same time ana place Iwill stand my big young Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr at 8 for horse mqle f10 for mare mule or flO for Jenne John Morgan Jr was sired by John Morgan he by Marmadnkeand Is out pf an Imported Jennet John Morgan Jr out of Jennet by Jpe Blackburn he by 3rd Prince he by 2nd Prince he by Imp Prince 1st dam Daisy by Dixie she by Irvin Dixie by Kickapoo 2nd dam Nellie Gray by Lord Willing ton 3rd dam by Importer- He is 15J4 hands high solid black with white points I also stand another good mule at 600 T 0 BKkeye Ky GAMBRUNO 1812 Record 229 14 Sire of Maggie Banghman 2 230 Gamrose trial 4 3 SA also of the high acting horse sold by J B Stewart for 5000 January 1902 Street by Oambetta WIIkes2 ieX sire of Gninette Weed 3 tie Lorfne 2 05K Gambrel 2 U Eyelet 10 14 Emma Off utt 3 ll 14 etc First dam Delilah dam of Clementine 219 Jennie C 2 C2 by Admiitrator 357 229 Second dam Mary Elmore dam of Cleveland Third dam by Star Davis Fourth dam by Brown Pilot Gambrano Is a brown stallion 153 hands high splendid action and will make the season of 1904 at my farm on the Shaker town pike 3i miles from Danville Ky at 1S toInsureaLIvlnjc Colt If duo when mare It ted with or colt Gambrano has two In the list and will pro duce high style and high acting trotters so much sought after by dealers he having prov ed bla own racing qualities as a twoyearold driving Dr Sparks in third heat in 3 5i Grass fnrnlaiied at 2JO per month I will also stand a first class mule Jack at 8 to Insure living colt Not responsible for ac aldenu John S Baughman Danville Ky Queen Orescent NmiabM Dally limited 1146 i K Mk r S Dally mafeea all stops HM b 9 f tbestsr Squirrel farm money Is paid fam- Ily 74 greatest ack HILL 205 Lot 2 by Mambrunello S 21 4 fond awl Is foaled ir PHONE 588 TimeCard Dim JUV1LU l ftB ilk 5834 AT JOBS lll9pm11 87 am exse8 7196 pa i Iiieed 4Mp 4 1i etasp 6 8116 aa a t GOLDEN DISCOVERYFOR THE BLOODLIVERLUrJGS KILL COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS Dr KingsWITH MXZDiCAL New FOR ONSUMPTION OUGHS and LDS Price 60c100Free Trial I I w Surest and Quickest Cure for all XHBOAZ and LUNG or MONEY BACK Now Is The Time To Use HTOMEI f Cares Catarrh and Prevents Colds No Stomach Dosing Just Breathe It At this season of the year ca tarrhal troubles are very prevalent and nearly every person to certain extent Catarrh is actually the result of a succession of colds and can be easily prevented if the proper treatment is followed Hyoraei is a natural yet scien 5c cure for the colds and grip troubles that lead to catarrh as well as a positive cure for the dis ease itself The balsamic air of HYOMEI breathed through the small pocket inhaler that comes with every out fit is filled with germkilling and healthgiving qualities that to the minutest air cells of the head throat and lungs It kills all catarrhal germs frees the mu cous membrane from poisonous microbes and makes a perfect and complete cure of catarrh The complete outfitcosts only i while extra bottles of Hyomei can be procured for Soc McRoberts sells Hyomei on the no cure no pay plan and will refund the money if it fails to give perfect satisfaction You take no risk whatever in using Hyomei It is the only treatment sold under a guarrantee of this nature where a leading local druggist agrees to the money if the treatment fails to cure im TROUBLES penetrate return KOURXB Gabe HtilTimm bought a ulcesaddle of Jeff Dunn for 130 Mrs W C Turner is very low with measles Mr Suoi Morford and wife were call ed to the bedside of her mother Mrs Doc Jackson who remains quite Mrs Millard Hamm and sister Miss Bertna visited Vallie and Joe Duncan Sunday Mr Virgil McWilliams wife and baby of Wilmore have been visiting Mr Wm McWilliams and family Little Miss Mamie Lee Marsee Is spending several weeks with her grand mother Mrs Tom Turner Miss Rovesta Lee Turner returned home Saturday after a pleasant visit with her sister Mrs Joe Turner near Hiattsville Mr J M Turner of Hiattsville vis ited relatlues here last week Miss Mollie Crawford spent Sunday with Miss Jennie Lou Montgomery Miss Mattie Onstott spent a part of last week with Miss Bertnye Hamm Job Marsee bought a cow and call of Jim McWilliams for W C Turner bought a good work mule of Jeff Imnn for 100 Allen Sherrow sold six shoats to Noah Marsee for 20 BLUE GRASS NURSERIESSPRING Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental As sparagus Shrubs Grape vinesRhubarbSmall fruits and for Orchard Lawn and Garden Straw berry and General on application No agents Both phones 279 H Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON ICY I Miss 25 everything Catalogue f t t lit isci ilL I j I s PARAGON horse 10 hands high foaled 1890 bred by H L Nash Lexington Ky and owned by W T Noel and Forrest Stapp Buckeye Ky By Jay Bird 5060 1 dam Oneida 217 by Florida 482 Sire of Frequent 215Ji Florida Monarch Faust 218J4 Fanny Swope 2 194 Walnut 2 19J etc and dams of Beldia 209 Ialrn Leaf Her Baron 207J4 etc a dam Lady Ham dam of Ed Winters 2 12J and Boy 228 by Hombrino 820 221J4 Sire of Delmarch 2 11J3 Ilamward 212U Drelln court 117J4 Graydon 217J and 42 others and dams of Hawthorne Argetta2084 Orln B 2 Emma M20 etc 3 dam Molly by Ashland 47 Sire of Highland Borronghs 227JJ Joe Ietit 2SO etc 4 dam Brittou Mambrino Britton 5 dam Kit Sir Walter Todhuuters sire of Hawthorne winner of Banner Memorial 1903 Alltrton 2 09 sire of 110 III 230 Early Bird 2 10 MissJay 2 11 Rose Invader 211 Larabie the Great and 85 others and the dams of Cres ent Route 20Sf Altoka Queen Alfred 212 and at others 2 30 George Wilted 51 dam Lady Frank by Mambriuo Star 5S5 Piiragon is a very htndsame individual with of size action and finish His sire Jay Bird Is one the greatest living sires and that his blood breeds on Is shown by the fact that his sons have sired over 225 standard performers including LocandaaCSJ Charley Hay T20G54 Susie J2 0 U4 Eagle Flanagan gor 208 and many other 2 10 performers There is no reason why Paragon should not become one of Jay Birds greatest sons as he Is ono of the best bred horses living His record as made fifth heat on n slow half mile track and is no measure of his speed Should Para gon fall to you a trotter he is of such flue size action style anti finish that his get will certainly fancy for high acting road and carriage horses which cannot be produced fast enough to the demand Paragon will make the season of 1901 at W T one mile north of Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster at S to insure a living colt sound aQd all right A lien retained on colt to secure service Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur CASTEBlack Jack 15 hands high foalel in IBM sired by the Mitchel Jack he by Griggs Jack he by Bob Lee he by Black Hawk he Imported Warrior Dam of Castel was Bnrdine big 16 hands Jennet Catel will make the season 1901 at my stable 1 mile below Buckeye on the pike leading to Kentucky River at 6 to Insure a Horse Mule 8 to Insure ate or 10 for Jennet YOUNG GIANTGray Jack 15 hapds sired Logan Caldwells Giant Boyle County Ky out of a fine Jennet he proven himself sure getter and a breeder at SIX DOLLARS to a colt sound and all right Sloth of these Jacks will stand under same terms A lien retained on colt for season Cure taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should w T NOEL Buckeye Ky 229y 21 2O Kahlo Bird 5OGO 2OG 50000 3 4 IO In c e s pike occqr ry t hawthorn 2o6lAshland 2J67 2061 Jay Croix 2il4 2i2 20 a horse ve any Kentuckys Artist No 1455 IV A S This premium saddle and harness stallion will make the present season at Logan Hurst Farm four miles from Danville and six miles from Stanford Kentuckys Artist Is a beautiful chestnut eight rears old with three white feet 15 hands high a perfect model In form with great Style and action Kentucky Artist was siredby Artist Montrose No 51 winner of the great Sweepstakes Worlds Fair he by Artist No 75 he by King William 67 ho by Washington Den mark 64 by Gaines Denmark 61 Artist Montroso 1st bv Montrose 106 tracing to Denmark ft s Sad dam by Bald Stocking 67 by Tom Hal fs Artist 75 dam Lucy No 60 by Brnchers Drenaon f s Kentucky s Artist 1st dam Jnlla Thomas Denmark he by Snmpter Denmark 2nd dam Lucy he ijy Thompson Morgan 3rd dam Cooper by Patricks Copper Bottom 4th dam Dovey by Barnes Whip of Howard county Missouri he by Blackburns Whip of JCentacky Kentuckys Artist against and defeated all the great stallions In Kentucky and IfiHOuri among them such horses as the 5000 Montgomery Chief owned by Ball Bros the great and noted show Horse Preston owned by Pat Dolan Kentackys Artist is only eight old and is regarded by Kentucky best judges to be the most perfect gaited saddle stallion in the State i will be glad to show him to any one at ay stable and invite Breeders of fine horses to come and see Artist before breeding 1 stand him at JM the season or JM to laare a living colt I dont want your money until JOB I H R prise byPat JeaN Kent at the dam fls1ey Thomas by Nero has have gets valse received AL HU1ULY1 DaavilliKy 4 REPORT OF THE CONiilTION OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Mar 28 1904 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 1291t9 73 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 1629 3 00StocksBanklughousefnrnlturc and fixtures 7500 00 Due from National Bunks not Ue serve Agents 21807 OS Due from approved reserve agents 75101 KG other cash items 6C8 Notes of other Natlouallianks to IoFractional currency nicklei jand cents sj SS LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IK BANK viz V Specie Legaltender notes u567 00 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL j LIABILITIES stock paid In Surplus fund andtaxes 99iC 41 National Hank notes outstanding 60UOO OJ Due to other aolfi ts 21IndividualTOTAL 3U2612 tJ STATE OK KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAKRARD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named CashierSubscribedday of April 19OI S C Denny Notary Public CORRECT Attest L Y LEAVELL J S KOIIISSON Director J J WALKER REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER K AT Tie 1904 RESOURCES Loans and discounts l Overdraft secured and unsecured agents Due from State Banks and Bankers Due from reserve age Checks and other cash items Notes of other National Hunks Fractional curreucynickelscts LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BASK viz Specie 7340 fO Legaltender notes 8COO 00 Redemption Fund with U S Treas urer circulatIonS Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 1000000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 17003 C- ONatloimlliauk Notes 50000 00 Due to Other National Banks g1Due to State Banks and Hankers Individual deposits subject to check 18ii Certified checks COO 00 J3SC978 27 I S C DENNY Cashier of the abovnamed hank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to best of my knowledge audbellef Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4hday of April 1904 R KINNAIRD Notary Public Commission expires 13th 1903 A C ROBINSON ALEX It DENNY J Directors JNO E STORM ES 7 9F THE Citizens National Bank C Checks and 9 er 10056 50 f2653 5 62 50000 00 10000 00 statement I OFTUE Close of Business Mar 281 a la 57097 00Stocks00Due640J 76 W M31I aJ1i 81 00 58 731000 8000 GO 5of iO000 00 96 Total STATEOF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRARDSS S C DENNYCashier CORRECTAttest I I 3 4 iai 59 55 2125 42 250000 1209 57 Get the Habit TaJce Life Plant and Get Well Medical history does not record a of LIFE PLANT for the cure of Rheumatism Catarrh and all Blood Disease Its action mates the germ that disease makes new rich pure blood and disease cannot exist where the blool is pure Our guarantee is No Cure No Pay therefore there Is no reason for you to suffer longer Susan Lewton of Malvern O writes I had rheumatism ror one and a considerable poitlon of the I was so bad I could scarcely walk ankle was so swollen a great deal of the time I could scarcely net on my shoe My limbs weie numb and I suffered contln ually I a great many remedies but was unable to jet relief until I tried LiFE PLANT 1 took four bottles and was entirely cured It Is a great remedy Life Plant Is Manufactured only by THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON OHIO ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress- We are authorized to announce Hon D L MOORE of Mercer County us a candidate for Congress In the to succeed lIon G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party support Is earnestly solid ted tf For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce R L Divot SON as a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the Demo cratic party For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B Gnlley is a for Sup of Public Schools in Gamrd Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce JK Robin son as a candidate for nomination for ty Attorney subject to action of the beso cratic party i For Supt Public Schools ir We are authorized to announce Ml8MHtle Dnnn as a candidate forsiper of Common Schools ty subject to the action of the Democratic par that will equal the merits permanentItcre- ates r lI eandl ate t Intended for i 5 J 1 discovery Mrs c year I for nomination Garrard toss 7 s a1- 1lkrV